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10-year-old kevin collins disappeared after school. his case went cold. investigators now say they have new leads. he was a student at st. agnus in the haight-ashbury district of san francisco. at the time two witnesses reported seeing kevin on sonic avenue with a man sittings on a stoop with a large black dog. he was described as white, six feet tall with blond hair. investigators are focused on a man who died five years ago. he was wayne jackson. he had five different identities and a criminal record. he was convicted of child molestation in 1981. that is three years before kevin's disappearance. police recently discovered he was accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two 13-year-old boys in canada. he lived across the street from the school and he owned a large black dog. at time of course, police searched jackson's home but they didn't find anything. but last week investigators earned to that home where jackson used to live. cadaver dog a reacted to an area of the garage. that area was he can can straighted and bones were found. medical examiner says a preliminary a
you look at those statistics it's just incredible. joining us now dr. kevin campbell a practicing cardiologist and assistant professor at u.n. c's department of medicine. the statistics really are something, doctor. the next question becomes, you know, what can we do to make sure that we have healthier hearts? there was a big study done in england and scotland, tens of thousands of people all vegetarians, they were looking at a vegetarian diet. they found out if you're a vegetarian you are 30% less likely to be hospitalized for heart disease. does that mean that we should all be vegetarians and skirt past heart disease? >> i think that is one piece of the puzzle. we know that weurpl under treated and underserved. we know that more women than men die of heart disease every year. jenna: why is that, by the way, why are women so much likely? >> i think that women typically don't present with heart disease because they take care of husbands and children, and they put their own needs behind the need of their family, and often we see that they deny symptoms. another interesting point is
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